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Ollie: We can - and must - do better

13 September 2014

Lions boss disappointed with Ipswich defeat

"It was disappointing, we let ourselves down," said manager Ollie. "But w

A second Ipswich goal, this time from Daryl Murphy on 63 minutes, put paid to The Lions hopes of recording back-to-back Championship victories.

Having dominated long spells of the first-half The Lions found themselves trailing at the break to a David McGoldrick goal just seconds before the interval.

Ian Holloway could not hide his disappointment and despair as Millwall returned from the international break with a 2-0 defeat at Ipswich Town. "In 

"When we went 1-0 down we didn't respond how I would want and the longer it went on the worse it got.

ell done to them, they made it difficult for us to break them down, in the first half at least. the end we didn't close anything like we can, like we did at Fulham. We should have scored and didn't; one big ball over the top, one flick and 'bosh' they are a goal ahead.

"We will have to make sure that we get six (points) from nine now and have to get over it quickly. We have to play a lot better at Reading on Tuesday and it's up to me to make sure we do."

"Their second goal was from a totally useless set-piece that we didn't react to properly. However that's it now, we will be one point short of the target I set before this game which was seven points from our three games this week.

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